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Red House. Warehouse, workshop, & barn.
18th c British Georgian Architecture

ENGLISH GEORGIAN Anonymous (active c. 1714 - c.1830)
c. 1769-1785
18th c
Warehouse; barn
Gomersal. West Yorkshire. England.
"Red House was the inspiration for ""Briarmains"" in Charlotte Bronte's novel Shirley. Red House was owned by the Taylor family and Bronte was friends with Mary Taylor. Although originally built in 1660 for William Taylor, the house today looks as it did c. 1830."

Caption: "ENGLISH GEORGIAN Anonymous|Red House. Warehouse, workshop, & barn. |c. 1769-1785|British|Georgian|┬ęKathleen Cohen"
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